Specialized in Oracle technologies (more precisely its Spatial components), OSCARS federates and optimizes the use of data coming from Geographical Information Systems (GIS). Oscars’ expertise covers the installation, configuration and optimization of « Oracle Spatial » databases, consulting services in the area of enterprise GIS data usage as well as training. GIP4Airports is one of OSCARS’ flagship software, a powerful analytics and geolocated information correlation tool which aims at optimizing airport management. For further information : www.oscars-sa.eu
OSCARS is an innovative independent consultancy company specialising in the Oracle Spatial sector. It can help you to make the data within your GIS profitable. The company is recognised as a reference player by Oracle, and can help you optimise your use of GIS data, thereby enabling you to increase returns on permitted IT investments...
Given the various GIS players on the market, it is essential that your data be interoperable. Exploiting it for decision-making purposes is a real advantage and a source of new services.
OSCARS, your partner for GIS and Oracle Spatial, is a certified company that has won several awards from the giant Oracle and is recognised as a reference partner.
GIP4Airports is one of OSCARS’ flagship software, a powerful analytics and geolocated information correlation tool which aims at optimizing airport management.
GIP is a platform for acquiring and treating geolocalised data, allowing you to set off alerts in real time in response to previously defined
spatial events. You can define your own alerts and spatial events; this generates associated workflows that you can later activate or deactivate as and when
GIP is a generic, non-intrusive tool essential for relevant decision-making in real time, based on position and events, whether implemented or not.
The underlying GIP technology takes care of the real time monitoring and management of all equipment elements, players and events pertaining to the airside airport zone (runways, taxiways, car parks and boarding areas). GIP4Airport goes further than the mere cartographic analysis of objects and events. The solution makes it possible for airport authorities to crossreference the data that have been collected. The purpose is to enrich the databases (AODB3) and to allow systems to communicate with each other in order to improve the management and automatic decision
making process, based on the rules, constraints and performance indicators each airport
has to cope with.
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